Potter tripod bowl, made of coarse grey ware, with punched and incised ornament, flaring neck (broken) and two lugs for suspension. Of the three feet of the pot, one is missing, the second is broken off short and the third is complete.
- Excavated/Findspot: Hacienda Soroima
- (Americas,South America,Bolivia,Chuquisaca,Hacienda Soroima)
- Height: 4.3 inches
Pottery tripod bowl of coarse grey ware, with punched and incised ornament, flaring neck (broken), two lugs for suspension; of the three feet of the pot one is missing, one broken off short, and one complete.
Collection excavated and picked up from the surface by Donor, from various sites in the vicinity of Sucre, Chuquisaca Province, Bolivia. From the Hacienda Soroma [sic], near Pilcomayo River.
See EthDoc 1437, number 20.
Cf The Churajón ware described by Al Kroeber, Peruvian Archaeology in 1942 (Vidasfund ?, New York, 1944) pp 11-15. The whole culture appears to be late, a sort of protodiaguita.
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: ESA20714
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